Top Gear ended up with a fantastic finale episode for its Season 26. The final episode of the show aired on BBC Two, as we saw Rory Reid, and Matt LeBlanc presting final goodbye as show’s host. The studio behind this terrific show announced last year in October that fan favorite and ‘Friends’ superstar LeBlanc will step down as the show’s host and co-host Reid would be moving to a new show titled ‘Extra Gear’ which is online series that airs straight after Top Gear.
However, the show must go on and hence their spots will be filled by Take Me Out presenter Patrick McGuinness and a former superplayer from England’s cricket team Andrew Flintoff. Andrew and Patrick will be accompanied by the former racing driver and journalist Chris Harris, who has been a significant part of the show since 2015. Top Gear Season 26th Last Episode ended with a short trailer previewing the next series, in which McGuinness and Flintoff will make their debuts.
The new look trailer shows them joining Harris in putting a Jaguar XJ through muddy patchy roads used for the British round of the World Rally Championship, The Guardian says. Even though the trailer shows the same enthusiasm for upcoming series fans has shown a big-time discouragement for Top Gear Season 27.
The upcoming season doesn’t excite the fan base even though it would contain everything same as other Top Gear series. BBC assured fans would love the next season and would definitely love the new hosts. Filming for forthcoming season 27 has already begun with the new cast, and Top Gear series 27 update is due to launch this Summer.